WBO light heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly says he has only watched challenger Tony Bellew fight once during his preparations for their title bout on Saturday.
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Cleverly was scheduled to take on the former three-time ABA heavyweight champion in May, but Bellew failed to make the weight.
Cleverly said Thursday that ”I’ve seen what I’ve had to see and I will just go in and do my thing.”
He added that ”I’m ready to shock an awful lot of people and make the bookies lose an awful lot of money.”
The buildup for the fight has included heated confrontations between the pair. Police also had to be called in at one press conference last month after a row between Cleverly’s father and trainer, Vince, and Bellew’s camp.
The 24-year-old Cleverly has said he will retire if he loses the bout.